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FIG, 30.The pterygoid (A) and palatine (B) regions. A.P.A., ascending pharyngeal artery; A.U., azygos uvulae; I.C.A., internal carotid artery; I.J.V., internal jugular vein; I.M.A., internal maxillary artery and its deep temporal (D.T.A.), mid-meningeal (M.A.), inferior dental (I.D.A.), buccal (B.A.), and posterior superior dental (P.S.D.) branches: E.P.M. and I.P.^I., external and internal pterygoid muscles; H.P., hard palate dropped below its true position (Lev. H.P.); L.P. andT.P., levator and tensor palati; M.D.T., mandibular nerve receiving chorda tympani (C.T.), and giving oS lingual (L.N.) and inferior dental (I.D.N.) nerves ; P.G-., palatal glands ; P.H., pterygoid hamulus; P.P., palato-pharyngeus; S.C.G., superior cervical sympathetic ganglion; U., uvula; IX and XI, cranial nerves.